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Old 08-15-2017, 06:31 PM   #11
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For those of you that live in states with graduated registration fee schedules, do you also pay sales tax on the initial purchase of the vehicle?
In NY State, Yes on initial registration after purchase. Again, depending on county, about 7.5% to 8.5%. No further taxes collected on personal vehicles - not sure about commercial.
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Old 08-15-2017, 07:24 PM   #12
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PA is the same. Either 6% or 7% depending on county and the the annual fee.
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Old 08-15-2017, 07:32 PM   #13
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For my 2016 Ford F-350 Super Duty plates were $131.00 with the $11.00 Passport for our Michigan State Parks annually. Trailers plates are lifetime for the trailer/owner if either change then you are required to purchase another plate. There are three different plates based on weight $75.00, $150.00, & $300.00. My 2018 Pinnacle required the $300.00 plate.
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Old 08-15-2017, 07:37 PM   #14
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MN has the graduated system EXCEPT for 1 ton trucks. The legislature thinks that all farmers have 1 tons and so the registration is $100. When I had my 2500 the first year was over $700! Our RV's are $36/year.
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Old 08-15-2017, 07:37 PM   #15
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In KS, my 2017 F250 is $1250 the first year and then drops about a $100/ yr. The TT is $160/ yr with a GVWR under 8,000 lbs and then goes up quite a bit if it's over 8,000 lbs GVWR.




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For those of you that live in states with graduated registration fee schedules, do you also pay sales tax on the initial purchase of the vehicle?
Yes! 8%!
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Old 08-15-2017, 07:46 PM   #16
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Plates on my F250 run about $190 for 2 years. My trailer is $140 for 1 year...
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$51.50 WV Dusty, I have two due this month and one in Dec. A word of warning, if you live in WV and buy an RV in Florida, you pay sales tax in Florida and West Virginia. If we had known this, it would have been a no deal for us. It cost us another $3500.00
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$51.50 WV Dusty, I have two due this month and one in Dec. A word of warning, if you live in WV and buy an RV in Florida, you pay sales tax in Florida and West Virginia. If we had known this, it would have been a no deal for us. It cost us another $3500.00
I switched tags on my car and truck so 1 year is $75, I forgot what the trailer is I know it is just over $130 which gets less each year.
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So, I finally *had to* get my license plates and tags for my new truck. I was expecting it to be pretty expensive.



1375 dollars for the first year. Camper is due next month, that will be over 800 bucks.



What are you guys paying for your TV and Camper tags? I love Colorado, but I think this is pretty extreme.


It used to be way more reasonable. In Colorado all tax increases have to be approved by voters. So the good ex governor Ritter calls license plate taxes "fees" to bypass voters and quadrupled the rates. The worst part is our roads are still garbage.


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Just renewed my truck plates and they were $83.50 for two years. My trailer tag was a lifetime tag (no renewals) and it was $120 last year.
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